Do Not Pack Items

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Items not to pack – Please read carefully!

It is important that you understand which items you can and cannot ship. There are rules and regulations that govern all movers to help ensure safety. The following list serves as a guide only on what not to pack. If you have any specific questions contact us.

  • Flammable, corrosive or explosive items:

Acid Paints Lighter Fluid Pool Chemicals Fertilizer Gasoline Poisons
Stern Matches Paint Thinner Ammunition Pesticides Nail Polish & remover
Aerosols Kerosene Liquid Bleach Chemistry Sets Fireworks
Motor Oil Batteries Car Batteries Loaded Weapons Weed Killer
Lamp Oil Charcoal Cleaning Fluid Propane Tanks Ammonia
  • Dispose of perishables such as food and plants that may die or spoil in transit.
    You should empty your refrigerator and freezers for at least 24 hours before loading. Keep the appliance doors open so the appliance will dry out and prevent the growth of mold and odor.

  •  Some articles are not accepted for transportation. We will assume no responsibility should these items come into our possession without our knowledge. Although these articles do not create a physical threat, it can create problems if your shipment is delayed or if some items are lost. This can be avoided if all irreplaceable, sentimental items are carried with you. For example:

Furs Research Projects Air Line Tickets Tax Records Car Keys Letters Deeds
Financial Statements Stamp Collection Address Books Jewelry Disks Medicine
Sterling Silver Coins Photos and Albums Check Books Files Bond Stocks
Personal Video Tapes Computer Software School Records